2003 - 2007
Andrey studied at the Moscow State Technical and Technical University. Krasin (Moscow) with a degree in Advertising.

2007 - 2012
The artist was engaged in staged photography and shot the series "Dyssomnia", in which he rethought Belarusian folklore and the subconscious.

The book "21 glasses. The stories of Yogesh recorded by Anro" is published by the "Trimedia Content" publishing house. The book was republished in 2019 by "tapas books".

2013 - 2015
Anro began to actively engage in painting, the Lost series appeared, as a material for which portraits of the missing were used, a little later the artist began work for the Face in Shadow series, where he used Cold War images in the prism of mythology and visualized them using figurative painting. In the future, the theme of politics in the artist's work continues to this day with an emphasis on the dictatorship and the cult of the individual.

2015 - 2016
Work was underway on a series of graphic works "New World", based on the pages of the magazine "New World" of the 80s, the artist studied the theme of Soviet utopia and nostalgia in post-Soviet society.

2011 - 2020
The artist worked on the project "Happy Death Society". He studied preparation for death through Catholic practices on the example of the personal history of his grandmother and the religious community "Matki Bożej, Patronki Dobrej Śmierci".

Resident of the Gaude Polonia Scholarship Program (Warsaw, Poland) under the supervision of Adam Panchuk. The result of the work was the author's photobook "Happy Death Society", printed in a small edition. The book is in the library collection of The Fort Institute of Photography (Warsaw, Poland).




Andrey Anro (born 1987 Smarhon, Belarus.)
Artist, photographer.

Lives and works in Berlin and Minsk.

Basic tools are painting, photography, digital collage, installation. Anro explores topics such as collective memory, historical heritage, religion, disappearance and death.

The artist's works are in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow(MOCAK), Poland, in the ART4 Museum in Moscow, in private collections in Lithuania, Sweden, Canada, Russia, and the USA.

Participant of Goethe-Institut residency program, the artist worked for several
months in the Slavs and Tatars art group. (Berlin, Germany)

Participant of a photography platform Futures and photography festival in Lodz, Poland.
Andrey Anro lives and works in Berlin, at the AdK studio in Künstlerhaus Bethanien.


2023 – Eternal Flame (Warsaw, Poland, Gallery Duży Pokój)
2020 – The Silence Speaks Volumes (Hrodna, Belarus, space Third Place)
2019 – 45 cm (Moscow, Russia, Syntax gallery)
2017 – Screenshot (Moscow, Russia, gallery Triangle)
2017 – Untitled (Minsk, Belarus, A&V gallery)
2016 – Memory Game (Moscow, Russia, gallery Triangle)
2015 – In Big Shadow (Minsk, Belarus, creative space "СEСH")
2011 – Dissomnia (Smorgon, Belarus)


2023 – Piasok (Warsaw, Poland, Shklatar Gallery)
2023 – Slavs and Tatars "Hang Don't Cut" (Berlin, Germany, Kraupa Tuskany
Zeidler Gallery)
2022/2023 – Politics in Art (Krakow, Poland, Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow MOCAK)
2022 – When Red And White Ain't so Black and White (Zurich, Switzerland, Sentiment)
2021 – Gray Mandola Manifest (Poznan, Poland, Gray Mandola Studio)
2020 – Faceless (Brest, Belarus, KX space)
2019 – Genitive (Minsk, Belarus, National Center for Contemporary Arts)
2018 – Here and now (Minsk, Belarus, space "Squat")
2015 – # SOFTNORM (Moscow, Russia, ARTPLAY center)
2014 – The memory of the shadows (Minsk, Belarus, Gallery "Palace of art")
2014 – Alphabet (Gomel, Belarus, GH Vaschenko Gallery)
2013 – Becoming an artist (Minsk, Belarus, Gallery of Modern Art "Ў")
2013 – Structuring (Minsk, Belarus, Gallery of Modern Art "Ў")
2010 – Foto-Future (Moscow, Russia, WINZAVOD Contemporary Art Center, Gallery "No exhibition")
2009 – Project 11 (Saint Petersburg, Russia)
2009 – Belarus it is us ( Minsk, Belarus, Trade Union Palace of Culture)


2020 – Untitled (Miami Beach, USA, Syntax gallery)
2020 – Viennacontemporary, (Vienna, Austria, Viennese Marx Halle)
2020 – Untitled (San Francisco, USA, Pier 35)
2017 – START Art Fair (London, England, A&V gallery)
2016 – Viennacontemporary (Vienna, Austria, gallery Triangle)